ALEXANDRA, Va. — The 2015 summit will take place July 21-22 at the Tulane University Lavin-Bernick Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.
MIDLAND, Mich. — According to Dow Water & Process Solutions’ infographic, 154.3 trillion gallons of fresh water are withdrawn for energy production each year.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Formed in 1989, the Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) is a nonprofit, independent scientific research organization dedicated to stormwater and wastewater issues.
DENVER — The conference provides a forum for global technologists and scientists to come together to learn and share the latest technologies and concepts in nutrient removal and recovery.
DENVER — North America’s water systems are critical to maintaining public health, fire protection, economic vitality and the quality of life.
BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s April issue, Assistant Editor Maria Woodie writes about hard water and how it can result in scale buildup.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Formed in 1989, the Water Environment Research Foundation is a nonprofit, independent scientific research organization dedicated to stormwater and wastewater issues.
WASHINGTON — USDA is funding 37 water and wastewater projects and 25 renewable energy projects, totaling over $114.6 million.